Tom Zytaruk

Pandemic causing havoc for Surrey businesses

Surrey Board of Trade and BCFED look to government for support for workers, businesses

Surrey RCMP looking for suspect who tried to kiss a woman

Police say this happened Dec. 13, 2019 outside of the Guildford Library

Surrey mayor appeals to people’s ‘basic humanity’ to stop stockpiling, re-selling

‘We now recognize there are no safe places around the world,’ Dr. Bonnie Henry says

Surrey Pretrial inmate claims staff left him handcuffed during epileptic seizure

But his complaint will not proceed because it was filed approximately two weeks too late

Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum says city in good hands to deal with COVID-19 crisis

McCallum appealed to residents to stop hoarding toilet paper and other products

UPDATE: Staff member attacked at Surrey school, suspect arrested

Police believe it was a targeted incident, but the suspect is not a current or former student

Farnworth says redacted Surrey police transition report is ‘very comprehensive’

But critics remain ‘distrustful’ and are left with ‘uncertainty’ about Surrey’s move to swap out the RCMP for a city force

Annis hopes mayor resurrects Surrey Public Safety committee as ‘his initiative’

McCallum ruled councillor’s motion to bring it back “out of order”

Premier John Horgan says Surrey is the ‘hub of the Fraser Valley’

Horgan event held in Surrey on Tuesday despite other cancellations for fear of COVID-19

Public school closures in the ‘tool kit’ after two Surrey schools linked to COVID-19

But we’re not there yet, says Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer

VIDEO: Pedestrian seriously injured in Surrey hit-and-run crash

It happened at 6:40 a.m. Monday at 72nd Avenue and 192nd Street. A driver was arrested eight blocks away, police say

Transportation Minister insists Pattullo bridge replacement will handle traffic volume

Claire Trevena was the keynote speaker at Surrey Board of Trade Luncheon at Eaglequest Golf Course on Friday

Health Minister says 21 cases have tested positive for COVID-19 in B.C.

Eight new cases within the last day, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says

Surrey councillor trying to resurrect Public Safety Committee

Linda Annis says it’s important to bring it back, particularly in light of COVID-19

Fight to keep Surrey RCMP ‘not over,’ campaign vows

Surrey’s NDP MLAs are now in the hot seat

Surrey RCMP looking for man with ‘SIN’ tattoo, for being unlawfully at large

Police say Lawrence Peter Myers, 44, failed to appear in court

Surrey landlord must pay Indigenous former tenant $23,300 for not letting her smudge

So ordered the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

Surrey Police’s role in Barnston Island still needs ‘to be looked at’

Surrey RCMP polices unincorporated island a short ferry ride across Parson’s Channel

Surrey looking into reducing residential speed limits

Surrey city council on Feb. 24 approved five ‘key pillars’ of a Surrey Transportation Plan

Fate of five-district policing model in Surrey rests with new police board

Whalley/City Centre, Guildford/Fleetwood, Newton, Cloverdale, and South Surrey districts formed under McCallum’s watch in 1998